Susie and I have finished another season at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp Resort at Barton Lake in Fremont, Indiana. We are still working for the next two weeks, but the pace and the length of our workdays has changed drastically.
We left the park to attend a buyers' show in the Gatlinburg area. After some rather tense, sleep-deprived, rainy night, road construction driving, we arrived safely at our cabin in Pigeon Forge. For the next five days, we'll be walking for miles (literally) as we shop for items to sell in our Ranger Station store. Sunday we'll pack up and head for the annual Yogi Bear Symposium in Covington, Kentucky. While we're there, we'll do more shopping for our store (this time we'll be looking mainly at Yogi Bear merchandise). We'll also attend seminars that will help us be better and more knowledgeable employees.
Then next Friday we plan to return to the park for a day or two. We'll finish packing our motorhome and head for Colorado Springs to visit one of our daughters and four of our grandchildren. From there, Lord-willing, we'll head for Los Angeles to visit a son and daughter-in-law. Anyone who actually reads this post might be thinking, How nice, but what does all of this information have to do with writing?
I'm delighted that you asked! Finally I should be able to get some writing done as well as posting some of my previous works. Some of those works are poems. Although I haven't said much about the fact, I've been writing poetry since I was in elementary school. Stay tuned, and I'll share some of my poetry with you.